Creamy Caper Dressing

I love the fresh flavors in Mediterranean food. Capers are from Greece, by the Mediterranean Sea, and are completely underrated. Capers are brined or dried and have a lemon, olive, salty flavor. Growing up, I ate plenty of olives but never heard of capers. Naturally, I love them! (Click here for another recipe with capers)….

Pizza-Time Salad Dressing/Sauce

I can’t express how much I love pizza! It is hands down my favorite food and I don’t know why. I love it so much, I had to make a salad dressing that tasted like it! I hope you enjoy it too. This can also be used in place of marinara sauce when making pizza!…

Zen Zone-Yoga & Vegetarianism

I know what you may be thinking- She is a vegetarian and she does yoga. How cliché! Well, yes. As much as I don’t like to be a stereotype, this time I am. But these go hand in hand for me.  I was a pretty casual gal before this and I still am! I’ve just…

Zen Zone-Yoga & Vegetarianism

I know what you may be thinking- She is a vegetarian and she does yoga. How cliché! Well, yes. As much as I don’t like to be a stereotype, this time I am. But these go hand in hand for me.  I was a pretty casual gal before this and I still am! I’ve just…

The Puerto Rican Vegetarian

I grew up with a traditional Puerto Rican Mother and Grandmother who home cooked 99% of our meals. Like most Americans, I was raised eating meat. My family cooked traditional Puerto Rican foods such as arroz con gandules (rice and pigeon peas), pernil (roasted pork shoulder), pastilles (or empanadas) and bistec encebollado (Beef and onions) just to name a few! I…